The holiday season calls for all-things sugary. Sure, you can walk into a bakery or candy store these days and pick up some mouth-watering treats to indulge in, but if you're looking for a truly sweet adventure, a real-life sugar rush in fact, you may want to book a ticket to London.
Ready for the holiday destination of your sweet dreams? Enter: the Candy Cane House. Available exclusively on Booking.com, this one bedroom apartment in London's Soho is everything sweet dreams are made of. Inside, guests will experience whimsical candy cane, gingerbread, and chocolate-themed rooms. While the house itself is not edible (lol don't eat the house!), it is architecturally inspired by our favorite confections. Guests will encounter numerous edible treats to nibble on in the home such as the wreaths hanging on the doors, and will be provided a hamper stocked with champagne and treats to enjoy upon arrival.
Inside a room dubbed the Candy Lounge (see top photo), guests will feel like've become a pawn in the game Candy Land. Mint and white striped walls tastefully complement the cotton candy-colored furniture, and the pink Christmas tree, decorated with edible treats, sweetens the room even more.
Guests can then follow the sugar cookie stepping stones to the master bedroom, aptly named the Ginger-Breadroom. Inside this festive woodland-themed room, there will be yummy chocolate pine cones to enjoy/collect.
Of course, in a candy-inspired abode like this, the kitchen has to be over-the-top. The Coco-Kitchen, as it's called, will make guests feel as if they've walked inside a giant caramel chocolate, with walls styled to look like melting chocolate and caramel-colored flooring. The property also includes a frosty candy-cane styled bathroom.
Because of the rarity of this space, guests are only allowed to stay for two nights at max, and right now, it looks as if availability is scarce until 2021—you can head here to book. If you plan on staying in Soho longer and/or looking for another Instagram-worthy site, consider a stay at the House of Sparkle (and if you do, send pics!). Until then, I'll be attempting to build a giant gingerbread house to live in.
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